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ABRA Expands in Minnesota

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Dec. 21, 2015—On Friday,  ABRA Auto Body & Glass, announced the opening of its newest franchise repair center in Worthington, Minn.

The new location is owned and operated by Aaron Marthaler, owner of Marthaler Chevrolet and Marthaler Ford of Worthington.

“For some time now we have looked for the opportunity to provide industry-leading collision services to our customers and I am confident that ABRA’s operational system is the best fit for us and our community,” said Aaron Marthaler, owner of ABRA-Worthington. “My entire team looks forward to the marketing support, operational expertise, and purchasing power that an ABRA franchise brings and using these tools will provide the best service to our customers and open opportunities for our employees.”

“We are thrilled to welcome Aaron Marthaler and his team to the ABRA family. Aaron is a focused business owner who successfully increased sales and created jobs over the past several years. He has built an incredible reputation in the community and positioned his team well for continued success in the collision repair industry,” said Mark Wahlin, ABRA’s vice president of franchise development/relations.

ABRA now operates a total of 335 repair centers in 24 states.

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